In the wake of the devastating earthquake and resulting tsunamis in December 2004 in Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam, ExxonMobil worked with the local governments, relief organizations and health institutions to understand and respond to the needs of the local communities.
In 2006, ExxonMobil donated USD 1.5 million (14 billion rupiah) for the rehabilitation program of Yogyakarta and Central Java after the earthquake that jolted the area and caused more than 5,000 fatalities. The donation was focused on education, health and economic development programs. The partners involved in this rehabilitation program are Dompet Dhuafa, Indonesia Red Crescent (BSMI), Pos Keadilan Untuk Umat, Habitat for Humanity and Universitas Gadjah Mada.
Since the outbreak of torrential floods in Bojonegoro and the Blora Regencies on 27 December 2007, ExxonMobil has provided emergency relief to the people severely affected by the floods. In addition to the emergency relief assistance, ExxonMobil committed to provide USD 500,000 (approximately 4.5 billion rupiah) for the rehabilitation program.
ExxonMobil made a donation of approximately USD 300,000 (three billion rupiah) for disaster relief efforts in West Sumatra, in the aftermath of the massive earthquakes that struck near Padang on 30 September 2009.